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The Cal Poly CubeSat Laboratory (CPCL) is a multidisciplinary independent research lab. CPCL is the CubeSat development team of Cal Poly, an originator and leader for launches in the CubeSat community.What is the CubeSat developers workshop?
The CubeSat Developers Workshop is an annual conference hosted by the Cal Poly CubeSat Laboratory at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. We currently plan to hold the 2022 conference in-person at the Cal Poly Performing Arts Center, as we have in years past.What is the CubeSat standard?
The CubeSat standard was created by California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo and Stanford University's Space Systems Development Lab in 1999 to facilitate access to space for university students. Since then the standard has been adopted by hundreds of organizations worldwide.What is the CubeSat International Conference?
The conference draws more than 500 industry professionals, small satellite developers and students who will take part in three days of live presentations, Q&A panels, exhibit booths, and more! This conference is particularly useful to new members of the CubeSat community with invaluable opportunities to meet and talk to industry veterans.